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The Journal of Transport History

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Journal Abbreviation J. Transp. Hist.

Birth Date 1953


Description The Journal of Transport History aims to circulate and promote the best and the widest possible range of peer … More The Journal of Transport History aims to circulate and promote the best and the widest possible range of peer reviewed analysis and commentary on all facets of transport pasts. It also aims to benchmark and stimulate the craft of researching, curating and writing transport history in all its diversity. The Journal aims to deepen understanding of agency and consequences in transport history. It is concerned to document and explain moments, phases, trends and pivots in transport history. It seeks to challenge received wisdom, to provoke debate, and to open new frontiers of inquiry. The Journal publishes original research papers on all aspects of transport history, without restriction to place or period. Histories of transport infrastructure provision and use, and histories of particular transport types and services, are prominent, but these are tackled from many different points of view and research methodologies. Papers about past mobilities and travel, and planning and policy, are welcome. The Journal of Transport History is the adopted Journal of the T2M - The International Association for the History of Transport, Traffic and Mobility. Publisher: Sage

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Article Jonathan English (June 2022)
Getting Off Track: the Northeast Corridor Improvement Project in an International Context. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 107-130). (/isis/citation/CBB445982889/) unapi

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High-speed rail and barriers to innovation: The Budd Company and the limits of US indirect industrial policy in the 1960s and 1970s. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 54-81). (/isis/citation/CBB461199203/) unapi

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Private agendas and the public good: The contested development of high-speed passenger rail transport in the United States. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 11-32). (/isis/citation/CBB290089063/) unapi

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Review Waqar H. Zaidi (June 2022)
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Development of a futuristic technology programme: How the aerospace industry (almost) transformed ground transportation in the United States (1960–1972). The Journal of Transport History (pp. 82-106). (/isis/citation/CBB455761168/) unapi

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Contributions to the post-World War II History of High-Speed Ground Transport in the United States. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 3-10). (/isis/citation/CBB893970896/) unapi

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Moonshots to Nowhere? The Metroliner and Failed High-Speed Rail in the United States, 1962–1977. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 33-53). (/isis/citation/CBB055223415/) unapi

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Negotiating Mobility: Royal Dockyard Workers as Railway Excursion Agents and Social Entrepreneurs, 1880–1918. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 131-151). (/isis/citation/CBB144175125/) unapi

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An accident of history? How mopeds boosted Dutch cycling infrastructure (1950–1970). The Journal of Transport History (pp. 420-443). (/isis/citation/CBB240197958/) unapi

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Review of "Empire and mobility in the long nineteenth century". The Journal of Transport History. (/isis/citation/CBB971433460/) unapi

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Managing traffic complexity. Canadian transport planning software package Emme, 1970s–2010s. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 444-466). (/isis/citation/CBB070212067/) unapi

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Tony goes out into the world: The official travels abroad of the President of Czechoslovakia, Antonín Novotný (1953–68). The Journal of Transport History (pp. 360-380). (/isis/citation/CBB239627296/) unapi

Article Lucie Marková (December 2021)
Next Stop, Ruzyně International Airport: The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and its Tours Abroad in the 1970s and 1980s. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 399-419). (/isis/citation/CBB206597093/) unapi

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“To Make Some Extra Money”: Smuggling and black marketeering by Czechoslovak transport workers (1970s and 1980s). The Journal of Transport History (pp. 381-398). (/isis/citation/CBB706531571/) unapi

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